Fania All Stars, Celia Cruz & Tito Puente, Willie Colón - LP Bundle



About Fanta All Stars' Live at Yankee Stadium: This double LP was recorded on August 23, 1973 at the Fania All Stars legendary first concert at New York’s Yankee Stadium. Forty thousand fans poured into the stadium for an unforgettable night. The concert was repeated later that year at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in Puerto Rico, resulting in two volumes that include music from both momentous nights, featuring Latin music’s most renowned artists, including Johnny Pacheco, Celia Cruz, Willie Colón, Héctor Lavoe and more.

About Celia Cruz & Tito Puente's Alma Con Alma (The Heart & Soul of Celia Cruz & Tito Puente)Originally released in 1970, Alma Con Alma (The Heart & Soul of Celia Cruz & Tito Puente) brings together two dynamic Latin artists, “The King of Latin Jazz,” with “The Queen of Salsa.” This classic album focuses on an Afro-Cuban sound, a departure from the more dance oriented albums they had previously collaborated on.

About Willie Colon's The HustlerOriginally released in 1968, this classic recording by renowned trombonist Willie Colón features iconic lead singer Héctor Lavoe. The Hustler is the transcendental album that set the direction for Fania Records and Latin music to come. Considered the greatest salsa duos in history, Willie and Héctor helped establish the popularity of the genre in the ’60s and ’70s.

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Live at Yankee Stadium

Volume 1

A1.Que Rico Suena Mi Tambor
A2.Soy Guajiro
A3.Diosa del Ritmo Side

B1.Pueblo Latino
B2.Mi Gente

Volume 2

Side A
1.Hermandad Fania
2.Bemba Colorá
Side B
1.Mi Debilidad
2.Echate Pa’lla
3.Congo Bongo

The Hustler

A1. The Hustler
A2. Que Lío
A3. Montero
A4. Se Acaba Este Mundo

B1. Guajirón
B2. Eso Se Baila Así
B3. Havana

Alma Con Alma (The Heart & Soul of Celia Cruz & Tito Puente)

A1. Cuyi
A2. Sahara
A3. Mi Bohio
A4. Salsa De Tomate
A5. Elegua

B1. Alguien Vendra
B2. Trabalan
B3. Guiro 6/8
B4. Murmullo Del Mar
B5. Chango


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